Won Czechoslovak State Prize for German Poets
Oskar Baum, Author ->
Was awarded the Czechoslovak State Prize for German Literature in 1932 for his novels
Fernand Bendiner, Pianist
Won King Francis-Joseph Prize
Jean Borgovan, Composer and Physician ->
Obtained prize in 1913 (Society du Fond de theatre), (Prix Cremer) for "Les chansons de la Nuit"
Christos Christovassilis, Journalist, politician, deputy ->
Obtained a prize as dramatic author
Antonin Fencl, Author, actor and stage manager ->
Prize of Ceská Akademie for "Shakespeare on the Czech stage"
Dénes Györgyi, Professor of Architecture ->
Obtained first prize of competition in 1917 for the monument of Queen Elisabeth
Benedykt Hertz, Fabulist, publicist and dramatical author ->
Prize obtained at a dramatical competition, 1903
Oldrich Hilmera, Professor of Music, conductor of Choir, Composer ->
1924 awarded I. International competition prize for Men's Choirs at Venice
Bronislaw Huberman, Violinist ->
Played on the violin of Paganini in Genoa, an honor which was manifested in a fine golden medal handed to him by the Mayor of Genoa in 1908.
Anna Karima, Authoress ->
Year's commemoration of her writing (1921)
Aladár Laszlo, Journalist ->
First prize in America, 1932
Philip Alexaius Laszlo de Lombos , Enobled in 1912 (Hereditary) by Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary ->
Awarded Gold Medal at Paris Salon for portrait of Prince Hohenlohe, 1899; also for portrait Pope Leo XIII., 1900; medals also at Munich, Düsseldorf, St. Louis; large Gold Medal International Exhibition at Venice
Jan Maklakiewicz, Composer ->
Obtained State Prize for the best composition written in Poland during the past 3 years
Rudolf Marschall, Professor Imperial Chamber ->
Appointed Chamber Medalist by Emperor Francis Joseph, 1903; coined medals of the Popes: Leo XIII., Pius X., Benedict XV., Pius XI.; Monarchs: Emperor Francis Joseph, Charles, Empress Zita, Emperor Wilhelm, King Ferdinand of Bulgaria; Archidukes: Francis Ferdinand, Rainer Wilhelm, Grandduchess Clementine of Coburg; Bishops: Cardinal Merry de Val, Nuncio Sibilia, Bishop Stroßmayer, Cardinal Innitzer; Aristocracy: Prince Auersperg, Schönburg-Hartenstein, Count Wilczek; President Miklas, General Adjutant Count Beck, General Adjutant Count Paar, etc.
Wiktor Michal Mazurowski, Painter ->
After having finished academic studies and having obtained the gold medal, was sent by the Russian Government on a 4 years trip to Europe (1890-1894).
Pasha Heinrich August Meissner, Painter ->
Bestowed with the grade of pasta Rumdi Beglerbey in 1905; Bestowed with the grade of Dr. honoris causa by the Technical University in Dresden, Germany, 1923.
Jan Raszka, Sculptor, Professor, Retired ->
While studying he obtained first prize for the group: "The passing away and the new Century"
Petras Rimsa, Sculptor ->
In 1908 his "Ploughman" was awarded the second prize in St. Petersburg; his chief works have been historical medals
Jonas Sileika, Artist-painter; Professor of Art School ->
In 1920 he received $200 as a prize for an oil-painting: the portrait of "Zemaite" (a Lithuanian writer in Chicago)
Adomas Varnas, Painter ->
Amnesty for political emigrants in Vilna, 1913, (manifest of the Czar on account of 300 years commemoration of the Imperial Romanov Family)